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FAQ: Open Access

Q. What is open access?

Q. What is open access?

Open access means the non discriminatory provision for the use of transmission lines or distribution system or associated facilities with such lines or system by any licensee or consumer or a person engaged in generation in accordance with the regulations specified by the APERC. Open access - allows bulk consumers / producers (with connected load of 1 MW (megawatt) and above) to buy or sell power in the open market.

Q. What is power exchange?

Q. What is power exchange?

A power exchange is a platform where power is traded(buying and selling). In India we have two power exchanges IEX and PXIL.

Q. What are the uses of open access?

Q. What are the uses of open access?

1. The consumer has the option of availing power through competitive bidding by selecting the source which can supply at low cost. 2. When power holidays are in force, power can be availed. 3. When Restrictions & Control (R&C) measures are in force, power can be availed through open access.

Q. What are the categories in open access?

Q. What are the categories in open access?

On the basis of location of buying and selling entity, the open access is categorized as: Inter State Open Access: When buying and selling entity belongs to different states. In this case CERC regulations are followed. It is further categorized as: a)Short Term Open Access (STOA): Open access allowed for the period of less than one month. b)Medium Term Open Access (MTOA): Open access allowed for a period of 3 months to 3 years. c)Long Term Open Access (LTOA): Open access allowed for a period of 12 years to 25 years. Note: If suppose you require open access for two months, then you should reapply for STOA before the expiry of first month. Intra State Open Access: When buying and selling entity belongs to same state. In this case State ERC regulations are followed. It is further categorized as STOA and LTOA (in case of AP state) and the duration is as follows. a)Short Term Open Access (STOA): Open access allowed for the period of less than one year. b)Long Term Open Access (LTOA): Open access allowed for a period of 2 years or more.

Q. How are the payments made?

Q. How are the payments made?

o The Distribution Licensee (/DISCOM) invoice the user and the user shall pay the charges to the concerned Licensee directly. The SLDC shall assist / advise the Distribution Licensee in the matter of energy accounting and allocation. o All open access users shall pay the charges payable under the open access agreement from the date of commencement of open access specified in the open access agreement, regardless of whether or not such open access is used on and from that date, except if the failure to use such open access is due to the default of the concerned licensee(s) whose networks are being used.

Q.What is PXIL?

Q.What is PXIL?

PXIL is Power Exchange India Limited is India’s first institutionally promoted Power Exchange that provides innovative and credible solutions to transform the Indian Power Markets.

Q. What is IEX?

Q. What is IEX?

IEX is Indian Energy Exchange it is India’s first ever power exchange. It serves as optional, electronic, national wide platform for trading in electricity.

Q. What are the limitations of open access?

Q. What are the limitations of open access?

• Open access power consumption is monitored in 15 minutes time cycle. Whatever energy purchased should be consumed. Even if it is not consumed, the payment is to be made as per the agreement. • In case of any technical problem if the power is not utilized the consumer have to pay even for unutilized power.

Q. What is power trading?

Q. What is power trading?

Power trading is activity of buying and selling of power at Power Exchanges, which are approved by Central Electricity Regulatory Commission (CERC).

Q. Who are the top 5 electricity selling & buying entities i...

Q. Who are the top 5 electricity selling & buying entities in India?

Top 5  electricity  selling  regional  entities  were  Himachal Pradesh,   Jindal Power Ltd, Karnataka,   Gujarat   and   Jaypee  Karcham Hydro Corporation Ltd.     

Top 5 electricity purchasing regional entities were   Andhra Pradesh,  Uttar Pradesh, Maharashtra, Punjab and Essar Steel Ltd.

Q. What are the transaction charges levied by exchange?

Q. What are the transaction charges levied by exchange?

Currently Exchange charges 2 paise/kWh each from buyer and seller.

 

Q. What is the process of power trading at exchange?

Q. What is the process of power trading at exchange?

Following steps are followed at the exchange to ensure smooth trading experience for the buyer or seller

Margining: For Day Ahead Market (DAM Buyer has to deposit margin equal to the total bid he/she intends to put in the DAM and there is no margin requirement for a seller in DAM.

Bidding: A registered buyer/seller has to enter their Bids/Order into the electronic platform provided by the Exchange. There are various kinds of Orders available to the buyer/seller whom they can choose according to their needs and preferences.

Price discovery: Exchange discovers Price through its Matching Engine based on the various bids put by different buyers and sellers. The Matching Engine and Matching Methodology used by the Exchange differ from Product to Product. The Matching Methodologies of all Products is validated and approved by CERC, so that the Price discovery happens in a fair, transparent and efficient manner.

Scheduling: Based on the Prices discovered for various time slots or various Products, Exchange provides schedules that provides client-wise and time slot-wise information related Price, Quantity and Region.

Settlement: After the scheduling is over, the Exchange initiates the settlement process wherein the pay-in collected from various buyers need to be transferred to the sellers. Also, any residual Margins left are transferred back to the buyers whose bids were not successful.

Delivery: Seller starts injecting power into the required node of the grid on the basis of cleared quantum and symmetrically the buyer’s starts drawing power from the connected node.

Q. My facility is grid connected and already there is a mete...

Q. My facility is grid connected and already there is a meter installed. Why do I need to change it?

The Meter that is present at your premises may be a Time of Day (TOD) Meter, which only records consumption at hourly intervals. The Special Energy Meter (ABT Meter) is programmed to record injection/drawl of energy, demand, voltage and average frequency at 15 mins interval which is one time block as per the Indian Electricity Grid Code.

Q. Why do we need a power exchange?

Q. Why do we need a power exchange?

Indian Power Sector required an independent market place operating at a national level enabling the buyers and sellers to trade anonymously yet providing a transparent level playing field to the participants allowing the electricity market to be driven by the demand and supply, truly reflecting the power price. In long run the Power Exchange would provide the price signals for the whole electricity market operating in India.

Q. How DISCOM can segregate my open access bill from their b...

Q. How DISCOM can segregate my open access bill from their bill?

Open access meter records the energy consumption (all parameters) in 15 minutes time slot. The readings are dumped using meter reading instruments by EBC field officials. The same is downloaded and segregated in energy billing centers.

Q. Who will send me the bill for consumed power during open ...

Q. Who will send me the bill for consumed power during open access through open market?

For the energy procured through open market, trader will be sending the bills.

Q. What is the minimum quantity I can bid?

Q. What is the minimum quantity I can bid?

0.1 MW can be the minimum bid, thereafter in multiples of 0.1 MW.

Q. What is the security sought by the APDISCOM for imbalance...

Q. What is the security sought by the APDISCOM for imbalance in supply & consumption?

Security to be provided by the Open Access Consumer/Generating Company in the form of advance deposit of required amount or by opening an irrevocable Letter of Credit having validity  for the agreement period.

Q. Can I cross CMD (contracted maximum demand with DISCOM) w...

Q. Can I cross CMD (contracted maximum demand with DISCOM) while availing open access?

No. CMD cannot be crossed while availing open Access if CMD is crossed they have to pay a penalty for exceeded KVA recorded.

Q. Is power factor has got any impact in power trading?

Q. Is power factor has got any impact in power trading?

Power factor has no direct impact on power trading. However, power trading is in KWh, billing is in KVAh (in case of AP DISCOMS) – this is treated as 1:1. If the power factor is low the power bill will be more.

Open Access Consumers maintain a Power Factor not less than 0.9 lag failing which the Open Access Consumer shall pay a Power Factor Surcharge levied in the monthly bills

Q. In which quantum shall I have to place the order?

Q. In which quantum shall I have to place the order?

The order for the power in open access should be placed in MWh only.

Q. What are the subsidies given to the open access consumers...

Q. What are the subsidies given to the open access consumers?

No subsides will be given to the open Access consumers

Q. How many types of bidding are available in open access?

Q. How many types of bidding are available in open access?

Two types of Bidding are available in open access they are

1. Single Bid

2. Block Bid

Single Bid:

In single bid system, the bid price is evaluated for every 15 minutes time slot.

For example if we bid for Rs 4.5/- for 0.00 to 24.00Hrs of a day. The system evaluates it every 15 minutes and whenever the bid price is Rs. 4.5 or below, we avail the power in that slot. If price exceeds we may not avail the power for that slot.

Block Bid:

In block bid, we have to bid for the whole day at one time with the cap of Rs. 20. We can avail the power for whole day whatever may be the bid price.

Q. What is the minimum time slot for Bidding in open access?

Q. What is the minimum time slot for Bidding in open access?

The minimum time slot for Bidding in open access is 15 minutes. We have to bid the price for every 15 minutes.

Q. What are transmission charges and transmission losses?

Q. What are transmission charges and transmission losses?

Transmission charges are the charges levied by central/state transmission licensees.  Transmission losses are the losses, which are measured and informed from time to time. The difference between the energy injected at the generator end and the energy drawn is the transmission losses.  

Q. What happens when energy is injected into the network by ...

Q. What happens when energy is injected into the network by generator but couldn’t be delivered to consumer due to network breakdown?

The DISCOM in whose area the breakdown has occurred shall pay to the Open Access Generator / Consumer the equivalent energy charges at the rate of its average power purchase cost during the month.

Q. What is the renewal fee for the member in power exchange?

Q. What is the renewal fee for the member in power exchange?

At present the renewal fee per annum is Rs 1 Lakh/annum.

Q. Who are eligible to become member in power exchange?

Q. Who are eligible to become member in power exchange?

Any organization can become a member by paying requisite fee and deposit as per the power exchange norms. 

Q. Does one need to be a member of IEX/PXIL to trade?

Q. Does one need to be a member of IEX/PXIL to trade?

Not necessarily. Even if you are not a member you can trade power through a member i.e., by becoming a client of a member. However, members can trade and clear directly on their own behalf as well as on their client’s behalf. 

Q. What are the highlights of proposed day ahead market oper...

Q. What are the highlights of proposed day ahead market operations in IEX?

IEX will collect the available capacity on all inter-regional links from Regional Load Dispatch Centers. It will then collect bids and offers from potential buyers and sellers during the bid call period.

The bids and others will be processed to determine the “Market Clearing Price” (MCP) and “Market Clearing Volume” (MCV). All successful bidders will pay and receive common uniform prices arrived at. RLDCs will allocate the exchange depending on the capacities requisitioned.

Q. Does a member need to be connected to any transmission sy...

Q. Does a member need to be connected to any transmission system for trading of power?

No. Member need not be connected to any transmission system. A member can trade on behalf of his clients connected to the grid.

Q. If Rs. 3 is the bid price shown in power exchange approxi...

Q. If Rs. 3 is the bid price shown in power exchange approximately at what price shall I get the power at my end?

The landing cost of power varies on many components. Some of the main components include quantity of power; number of successful bidders, number of successful generators, application fees, national and state transmission charges, national and state scheduling and operating charges, fees, transmission and distribution losses (varies from time to time). As a thumb rule for safer side we can consider a “base price of bid x 1.25”. That is if we purchase power for Rs.3/-, landing cost will be around Rs 3.75/-

Note: If in case cross subsidy is applicable, the same is to be added to the final landing cost. 

Q. What is the landing cost of power against the bidding pri...

Q. What is the landing cost of power against the bidding price in power exchanges?

In addition to the energy charges following charges are applicable for calculation of landing cost

1 Charges  
  NLDC Application Fees Rs. 5000/- / (No of Successful Portfolios)
  Drawl CTU Transmission Charges Rs. 120.60/MWh drawn
  NLDC Scheduling & Operating Charges 5,000.00 x (Regional Entity Buyers + Regional Entity Sellers) / (No. of Successful portfolios) 
  STU Transmission Charges(2014-15)

Rs.90.69/MWh in AP(wef 17-05-14)

Rs.90.69/MWh in Telangana(wef 2-06-14)

  Distribution Charges Rs.44.11/MWh
  SLDC Scheduling Charges and Operating Charges(2014-15)  Rs. 2000/day
  ALDC Scheduling and Operating Charges ---
2 Fees MWh drawn x 20
3 >Service Tax on Fees Present rate @12.36% on S.No. 2
  Total (1+2+3)

 

Q. What are the options for purchasing power from open marke...

Q. What are the options for purchasing power from open market?

The only way of purchasing power through open market is power exchange.

Q. Who are not required to provide wheeling schedule?

Q. Who are not required to provide wheeling schedule?

Wind based, Solar based and mini-hydel open access generators are not required to provide day ahead wheeling schedule. The actual energy injected by them shall be deemed to be scheduled energy.

 

Q. What is wheeling schedule?

Q. What is wheeling schedule?

Wheeling schedule means the schedule for a 15 minutes time block for a day (96 blocks for a day), on a day ahead basis by 10:00 am on the day preceding the commencement of trading day. This is to be provided in specified format by the scheduled consumer, an open access consumer, an open access generator to the SLDC/DISCOM with a copy to STU (TRANSCO). If open access is through trader, the schedule is to be submitted to trader.

Q. Who are responsible for energy accounting?

Q. Who are responsible for energy accounting?

For Open access users connected to transmission system, SLDC shall undertake the accounting of energy for each time block with the assistance of Energy Billing Centre (EBC) & State Transmission utility (STU)

For Open access users connected to distribution system, EBC shall undertake the accounting of energy for each time block with the assistance of DISCOMs

Q. What is extra surcharge and is it levied?

Q. What is extra surcharge and is it levied?

Extra surcharge is the amount levied by the state DISCOMS – that will be in terms of Rs / kWh. Presently this is not levied.

 

Q. What is cross subsidy and is it levied?

Q. What is cross subsidy and is it levied?

Cross subsidy is the amount levied by the state DISCOMS – that will be in terms of Rs / KWh. The value and implementation of cross subsidy is as per the discretional powers of APERC. DISCOMs have proposed cross subsidy for open access consumers but APERC has rejected the proposal. At present no cross subsidy is applicable.

Q. What are the open access wheeling charges as per respecti...

Q. What are the open access wheeling charges as per respective DISCOMs?

Wheeling charges to be levied by TSSPDCL -

Particulars 2014-15 2015-16 2016-17 2017-18 2018-19
33kv (Rs./kva/Month) 7.37 12.12 12.95 12.93 13.78
11kv (Rs./kva/Month) 140.40 185.82 205.14 219.61 232.79

Wheeling charges to be levied by TGNPDCL -

Particulars 2014-15 2015-16 2016-17 2017-18 2018-19
33kv (Rs./kva/Month) 7.08 13.52 14.48 15.19 16.20
11kv (Rs./kva/Month) 181.09 241.99 260.57 277.99 297.20

Wheeling charges to be levied by APSPDCL -

Particulars 2014-15 2015-16 2016-17 2017-18 2018-19
33kv (Rs./kva/Month) 7.66 15.51 15.39 15.11 15.17
11kv (Rs./kva/Month) 164.61 220.82 227.14 232.26 240.68

Wheeling charges to be levied by APEPDCL -

Particulars 2014-15 2015-16 2016-17 2017-18 2018-19
33kv (Rs./kva/Month) 13.46 10.98 11.38 11.80 12.22
11kv (Rs./kva/Month) 240.15 232.39 247.55 262.90 279.50

 

Q. What are the charges for open access?

Q. What are the charges for open access?

Transmission charges or Wheeling charges

Open Access users connected to the transmission/distribution system shall pay the transmission charges and / or wheeling charges as determined by the Commission from time to time.

Cross Subsidy or Surcharge

If open access is for delivery of electricity to the consumer’s premises in the area of supply of a distribution licensee, shall pay to the distribution licensee the (cross-subsidy) surcharge.

 

No (cross-subsidy) surcharge shall be payable if the open access is provided to a person who has established a captive generating plant for carrying the electricity to the destination of his own use.

Fixed cost or extra surcharge

In case open access is sought for receiving supply from a person other than the distribution licensee/DISCOM of such consumer’s area of supply, user has to pay additional surcharge to meet the fixed cost of the distribution licensee/DISCOM arising out of his obligation to supply.

Scheduling and system operation charges

Scheduling and system operation charges shall be payable by all open access users under scheduling by SLDC.

Q. What are the metering requirements for open access?

Q. What are the metering requirements for open access?

Open access users shall provide special energy (ABT) meters capable of measuring active energy, reactive energy, average frequency and demand integration in each 15-minute time block, with a built-in calendar and clock and conforming to BIS/CBIP Technical Report / IEC standards at all entry and exit points.

 

The make and model of ABT meters differs from licensee/DISCOM to licensee/DISCOM. The accuracy class of ABT meter is 0.2S compatible with software available with Energy Billing Center /AP Transco, associated CTs 0.2S and PTs0.2S.

 

Q. Can we change entry and exit points?

Q. Can we change entry and exit points?

A short-term user availing of open access for one full year may change entry and/or exit points twice, subject to feasibility.

 

Q. What is the case if we underutilise the capacity contract...

Q. What is the case if we underutilise the capacity contracted under open access?

If a user expects to underutilize the capacity contracted under open access, the user may surrender a part of the capacity subject, however, to an advance notice, along with an explanation for such underutilization.

 

The concerned licensee may file an application with the Nodal Agency (SLDC) to reduce or cancel the capacity allocated to the open access user provided that the licensee shall not so approach the Nodal Agency without first issuing a notice to the concerned user.

Q. What is the minimum term and renewal of short term open a...

Q. What is the minimum term and renewal of short term open access agreement?

No extension of the original open access agreement shall be allowed, and a user wanting extension shall have to apply a fresh to the Nodal Agency for open access.

 

Q. What is the maximum processing time of open access applic...

Q. What is the maximum processing time of open access application by SLDC?

After remarks about technical feasibility from concerned DISCOM, the maximum processing time of open access application is

 

Duration for which open access is required

Maximum processing time

Up to one day

12 Hours

Up to one week

2 days

Up to one month

7 days

Up to one year

30 days

Q. What is the procedure for application of short term open ...

Q. What is the procedure for application of short term open access?

The SLDC made available the format of application. You can download the same (Annexure-1). This application shall be filed with SLDC with copies to concerned DISCOMs/licensees. The application should be accompanied by a non-refundable processing fee as prescribed by the Commission in the tariff orders or till such time the processing fee is so prescribed by the Commission, it shall be Rs.5000/-(for intrastate).

Consumers opting to purchase power from open market (IEX/PXIL) should submit application online through a Power trader having valid license with processing Fee of Rs. 5000 to be paid through e -payment. 

Q. What about allotment of capacity in case of insufficient ...

Q. What about allotment of capacity in case of insufficient spare capacity/congestion?

For short-term open access with transactions required to be accommodated through congested corridors of the network, the Nodal Agency (SLDC) shall invite bids by Fax/e-mail with floor price equal to the un-congested.

The bidders shall quote percentage points above the floor price. The allotment of capacity shall be done in decreasing order of the price quoted. In case of quotes involving equal prices, the allotment of capacity shall be done, if required, pro rata to the capacity sought.

The user getting allotment of capacity less than the capacity sought by him shall pay charges as per the price quoted by him. All other applicants getting capacity allotment equal to the capacity sought by them shall pay charges as per the price quoted by the last applicant getting full allotment of the capacity sought.

 

Q. What is the Nodal agency for receiving & processing appli...

Q. What is the Nodal agency for receiving & processing applications for open access?

For long-term open access transactions, the Nodal Agency for receiving and processing applications shall be the State Transmission Utility (STU).

For short-term open access transactions, the Nodal Agency for receiving and processing applications shall be the State Load Dispatch Centre (SLDC). The SLDC shall, however, allow short-term open access transactions only after consulting the concerned transmission and/or distribution licensee(s) whose network(s) would be used for such transactions.

 

Q. How many types of transactions are there in open access?

Q. How many types of transactions are there in open access?

In general, the buyer and seller of electricity can go for bilateral or collective transactions.

In bilateral transactions, a Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) is signed between the buyer and seller, which are generally facilitated by a trader for a little margin.

In collective transactions, the electricity is traded through exchanges, by exchange members for a very small margin fixed by commission. Currently India has two exchanges Power Exchange India Limited (PXIL) and Indian Energy Exchange (IEX).

Q. Who are eligible to buy power in open access?

Q. Who are eligible to buy power in open access?

The consumer should have a dedicated 11KV or 33KV feeder with a contracted capacity of 1MW and above.

The consumer should have connection on an express 33KV feeder with a condition that all other consumers on the same feeder should also have applied for open access.

  1. The eligibility criteria may vary when restrictions and control (R&C) measures are in force.
  2. Commission shall allow open access to consumers with contracted capacity of 1MW or less in due course at such time and in such phases as it may be considered feasible having due regard to operational constraints and other factors.
  3. The make and specifications of metering equipment varies with DISCOMs.
  4. All the metering equipments are to be tested for accuracy in any NABL accredited laboratory.   

Q. Who are eligible to sell power in open access?

Q. Who are eligible to sell power in open access?

Any generator with more than 1MW capacity can sell power through open access.

Q. What is an open access agreement?

Q. What is an open access agreement?

Based on the intimation by the Nodal Agency (SLDC) to the open access applicant, the applicant shall execute an open access agreement with the concerned Licensee/DISCOM

Following documents are to be submitted:-

  • Application in Format-A
  • No-dues Certificate in Format-B
  • Maximum Demand sanction order or latest CC Bill copy – By Consumer/Trader only
  • Consumers opting to purchase power from open market (IEX/PXIL) should submit application along with PX-I format/NOC/Standing instruction to a Power trader (member of power exchange) having valid license.
  • Processing Fee of Rs. 5000/- has to be paid through RTGS/DD in favour of FA&CCA (R&A)/Transco.
  • Power Holidays / Curtailment Declaration letter issued by respective DISCOM/CGM(Comm./Operation).
  • Notarized affidavit for Unscheduled Interchange (UI) undertaking
  • Notarized affidavit for RPPO undertaking( for the Consumers OA only)Latest CC Bill along with payment details
  • Compatibility letter from EBC
  • Field staff report.
  • Member-Client Agreement is to be made. (if open access through member of power exchange)
  • Consumers opting to purchase power from embedded generator of AP should submit intra state open access application along with the processing fee of Rs.5000/- to be paid through e-payment. (e-payment details)

 

On execution of above agreement & pre-requisite formalities, the SLDC gives a standing clearance / NOC to state utility or intra state entity for submission to power exchange.

 

 

Q. What are the steps to avail open access in Andhra & Telan...

Q. What are the steps to avail open access in Andhra & Telangana?

The steps involved to avail open access are

Step 1: Eligibility Criteria

The consumer should have a dedicated 11KV or 33KV feeder with a contracted capacity of 1MW and above.

(or)

The consumer should have connection on an express 33KV feeder with a condition that all other consumers on the same feeder should also have applied for open access.

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  1. The eligibility criteria may vary when restrictions and control (R&C) measures are in force. For latest News and Updates please refer to our NEWS section
  2. Commission shall allow open access to consumers with contracted capacity of 1MW or less in due course at such time and in such phases as it may be considered feasible having due regard to operational constraints and other factors.
  3. The make and specifications of metering equipment varies with DISCOMs.
  4. All the metering equipments are to be tested for accuracy in any NABL accredited laboratory.   

Step 2: Application to CGM (CE/SLDC)

If above eligibility criteria are met, apply to CGM (Commercial) for open access.

Step 3: Feasibility study

CGM (Commercial) will forward a format to their field staff for enquiring the feasibility and metering arrangement.

Step 4: Feasibility letter

Once the field staff sends their report, the CGM (Commercial) will issue a letter of feasibility mentioning the requirement and status of fulfilling the metering arrangement for Open Access. If the consumer have dedicated feeder, the metering should be at respective DISCOMs substation end or if the consumer have express feeder the metering should be at the receiving end. Both the consumers to be equipped with 3Nos of 0.2S class ABT (Availability Based Tariff) meters (main, check and standby meter), 0.2S class 5VA burden current transformers and 0.2 class, 10VA burden potential transformers.

Step 5: Procurement of equipment

The CTs, PTs and ABT meters can be procured with prior approval of the MRT staff from open market or if the same is available with DISCOM it can be drawn from their stores by paying requisite amount.

Step 6: Equipment testing

These equipments are to be tested for accuracy in any NABL accredited laboratory under the witness of DISCOM/APTRANSCO officials.

Step7: MRI data compatibility

The ABT meter MRI data is to be sent to Energy Billing Centre (EBC) section of APTRANSCO for compatibility.

Step 8: Selection of Power trading agent

Select a power trading agent (like TATA Power, GMR power, Manikaran, Lanco etc.) and complete the agreement process by paying requisite fee and deposits.

Step 9: Compatibility letter

After receipt of compatibility letter, arrange for installation of metering equipment at sending end and receiving end as mentioned in Step-4

Step 10: Applying for No Objection Certificate (NOC) / Open access agreement

Once the compatibility letter is received we have to apply for NOC in coordination with power trading agent with necessary documents. In the meanwhile, learn the power trading tips from the power trader or take advice from the experienced trader.

Step 11: Once the NOC is received, the power can be traded as per the NOC norms. 

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